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School of Art Research Colloquium: Rose Marshack
Please join us at University Galleries on Tuesday, January 29th at 12pm for a School of Art Research Colloquium presentation by Rose Marshack. A reception with light refreshments will begin at 11:30am.
Rose Marshack is a teacher, performer, and computer programmer living in Bloomington, IL.
As a founding member of the band Poster Children, she spent over a decade touring the US and Europe and released 14 albums of original music on major and independent labels. Interested in exploring the boundaries between audience members and performers, Marshack became known for pioneering the facilitation of audience participation through technology, and with her husband and creative partner Rick Valentin, prototyped some of the earliest known blogs, enhanced-CDs, and podcasts.
Rose is currently an Associate Professor of Arts Technology at Illinois State University, where she teaches Computer Programming and Music Business courses. She recently completed another US tour (Summer 2018) in support of a new album, and is currently writing a book about punk and independent rock in the midwest. A fascination with play, music, and martial arts has led her to become a practitioner of Capoeira Angola, studying under Grand Master Mestre João Grande for almost a decade.
The School of Art Research Colloquium offers an inclusive platform for faculty and staff engaged in traditional academic research and studio production of all types. It is co-sponsored by the School of Art and University Galleries, and organized by Kendra Paitz (Director and Chief Curator, University Galleries) and Jake Murray (Graduate Student in Visual Culture).
Please contact University Galleries at firstname.lastname@example.org or 309.438.5487 to arrange an accommodation.